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stampeding

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A thoroughbred horse stampeding across the Churchill Downs turn.

When everyone is stampeding into a stock, that's the worst time to buy, because it means that the price is probably too high.

Mamet: Now we see the Liberal Young [caps in originals - a weakness of his] not flocking but stampeding into film schools.

Psychologists believe sporting events provide the perfect storm for stampeding.

Most people in the crowd began screaming and stampeding out of the kitchen back toward the hotel ballroom.

He had barely passed the outer point of the stampeding herd when the cattle rushed by him.

The next instant they were down on the ground, floundering and gasping, and the rest of us were stampeding for the trees.

He forgot his anger, forgot Conal, forgot the roomful of dancers stampeding merrily, forgot Pat Glynn and his music.

She walked to a porthole and stared out at the dark waves shuffling past like stampeding cattle.

I seen some dandy paper with pink roses stampeding all over it at the Headquarter Store.

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On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stampeding, such as: lose it, overreact, scare, alarm, clutch, and stampede.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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